No one likes to receive a complaint, but it really is a matter of whether they arrive sooner or later. 96% of unhappy customers don’t actually complain. However, 91% of them will simply leave and never come back. Knowing this, wouldn’t you agree that a complaining customer is sometimes better than one that is silent but halfway out the door? Having unhappy customers might be a second chance in disguise. Here are some tips to help you deal with unhappy costumers.
How to Deal with Unhappy Customers
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